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Roop — Mard Ka Naya Swaroop
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Genre Drama
Created by Rashmi Sharma
Written by Rashmi Sharma
Starring
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 87 as of 24 September 2018
Production
Producer(s) Rashmi Sharma
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 20 Minutes
Production company(s) Rashmi Sharma Telefilms Limited
Distributor Viacom 18
Release
Original network Colors TV
Picture format
Original release 28 May 2018 (2018-05-28) – present
External links
Website

Roop — Mard Ka Naya Swaroop (English: Roop — New Form of Man) is an Indian television show that airs on Colors TV.[1] It premiered on 28 May 2018 and is produced by Rashmi Sharma Telefilms.[2] It stars Shashank Vyas and Donal Bisht.[3][4]

Plot

The series begins as a story of an eight year old boy named Roopendra aka Roop who deals with the patriarchal norms of society. Roop's family consists of his father Shamsher, mother Kamlesh, elder sisters Himani, Jigna and Kinjal, aunt Kaushalya and cousin Ranveer. Shamsher is against women been given more rights. He doesn't want Roop to stay with the women because Roop likes cooking, washing and sewing the clothes which are considered female jobs by the orthodox society. Shamsher's friend, Jeetu gives his daughter Palak, who is also Roop's best friend, the education and confidence needed to grow and stand strong. Shamsher does not want Roop to maintain his friendship with Palak but doesn't say so because she is Jeetu's daughter. The story takes a major turn when Shamsher decides to keep Roop away from the women of the house by sending him to a military boarding school.

15 years later

Roop, Kinjal, Palak and Jigna have grown up. Ranveer is nowhere to be seen. Himani and Jigna are married. Kinjal narrates the happenings in their family to Roop, once he is back home.

Cast

Main

Recurring

  • Chandni Bhagwanani as Palak Goradia
  • Neil Bhatt as Ranveer Singh Vaghela
  • Yash Tonk as Shamsher Singh Vaghela
  • Mitali Nag[5] as Kamlesh Singh Vaghela
  • Nikhil Sahany as Hardik
  • Kritika Sharma as Kinjal Singh Vaghela
  • Shubhanshi Singh as Jigna Singh Vaghela
  • Nikki Sharma as Himani Singh Vaghela
  • Gaurav Sharma as Himanshu Suryavanshi
  • Vaishali Thakkar as Kaushalya Singh Vaghela
  • Swati Shah as Kanchan Patel
  • Jagat Rawat as Rupesh Patel
  • Rahul Manchanda as Dhaval Patel
  • Shraddha Jaiswal as Romila Dhaval Patel
  • Neha Narang as Vaishnavi Patel
  • Mandar Jadhav as Praful Patel
  • Pakhi Mendola as Young Palak Goradia
  • Ishant Bhanushali as Young Ranveer Singh Vaghela
  • Rasik Dave as Ishika's elder uncle, Dhaval and Praful's father
  • Alpana Buch as Ishika's elder aunt, Dhaval and Praful's mother
  • Aashish Kaul as Jeetu Goradia
  • Falaq Naaz as Minal
  • Ananya Agarwal as Young Jigna Singh Vaghela
  • Tasheen Shah as Young Kinjal Singh Vaghela
  • Anil Dhawan as Roop, Himani, Jigna and Kinjal's maternal grandfather

References